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Anya L. Henry

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Film

‘Synchronic’ Review: ‘Interstellar’’s Younger Cousin is an Almost Success

Although occasionally difficult to follow, “Synchronic” is a fairly entertaining and intriguing combination of sci-fi, thriller, and comedy — it’s worth watching, as long as you don’t think about it too much.

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Arts

What the Hell Happened: Chet Hanks Declares ‘White Boy Summer’

According to Chet Hanks, a rapper, actor, and the eccentric son of actor Tom Hanks, 2021 will usher in a new age — a White Boy Summer.

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Arts

Billie Eilish and the Exploitative Nature of Fame

To be a young female artist like Billie Eilish is to become okay with being broken and aware that it is unlikely that you will ever be fixed.

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Music

‘Leave the Door Open’ Review: Silk Sonic Resurrects Soul

Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak’s joint single merges the duo’s unique sounds and transports the energies of 1970s soul and 2000s R&B into 2021.

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Campus Arts

Uzo L. Ngwu ‘23 on Embodying Creativity

With most of her digital illustrations centered around Black women, Ngwu’s work creates a space of representation for identities often disregarded in the art world.

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Music

‘Gravity’ Review: Brent Faiyaz’s New Single Gives a Bird’s-Eye View of Life on Earth

Brent Faiyaz’s first release of 2021, “Gravity” featuring Tyler, the Creator, is both a genre-bending success and a relatable reflection on the difficulties of maintaining long-distance relationships.

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